adjective, low·li·er, low·li·est.
Related formslow·li·ly, adverblow·li·ness, nounun·low·ly, adjective
Can be confusedlow lowly
Examples from the Web for lowliness
The effect of the descent of One so high must be to raise the lowliness to which He bends.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Volume III|Alexander Maclaren
And so, in his benignity, as in his rectitude and lowliness and purity, he stood in this address attired in Godly piety.
Here statesmanship and reverence, wisdom and trust, freedom and acquiescence, dignity and lowliness harmonize and interblend.
Humility, meekness, and lowliness are terms nearly synonymous, but not wholly so.
If you have the experience of "all lowliness" in your soul, you will not have the least disposition to lift up self.